Dinosaurs Will Die Men's Bilbored Snowboard 2024
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A new offering emerging from the former Bilocq board is an artist-influenced series that puts them in control of defacing this board that would otherwise be a plank of advertising. The first artist we’re working with is none other than Jason Thomas Brown. An artist in every aspect of life, his imagination touches all of your senses. If you’ve been snowboarding for any amount of time you’ve undoubtedly crossed paths with one of his creations or something influenced by him, whether you’re aware of it or not. He’s been a part of creating and innovating countless products, and without a doubt was paving the way for the future of riders branding themselves using the internet long before we had a name for it… embracing new technologies while others were confused or turning their noses up at it.
Concept and Artist: Jason Thomas Brown, @as_the_ceiling_flew_away
- Flex: 4 **The DWD flex rating is on a scale of 1 to 10. 1 being the softest and 10 being the stiffest. The rating for each is in comparison to the rest of the DWD collection.
Camber: You want pop? you got it. You want the feel of your nose and tail stretching out to the contact points… got that too. Your ol’ pal Camber knows no boundaries; from the park, to the pow, and the street, this profile can handle it all.
Biaxial glass: A flexible fiberglass layup that is used on the top and bottom of the cores in most of the DWD boards. AKA, Biax/Biax
SINtered base: A strong, high density base with micro pores that hold wax. It requires a regular waxing schedule. It’s our fastest and most durable base material.
- Elliptical sidecut: A blend of multiple radius from tip to tail that contours to the mountain, helping initiate turns and power out of them.
D-Twin: A longer nose than tail, with sidecut and insert packs that are centered between the contact points.
Precision, control and pop.
The side profile of camber looks like a rainbow. Tried and true, camber has been the dominant board bend in the snowboard industry for almost 40 years. Adopted from the bend of alpine skis, camber snowboards deliver precise turning and edge control, with spring-loaded pop due to the bend in the board, providing better jumping characteristics. Advanced riders tend to prefer this bend, especially for hard carving and high-speed riding. Even when it comes to softer park snowboards, camber boards deliver exceptional pop and control.
However, they are not as forgiving of mistakes and can be more difficult to learn or progress on than a rocker or hybrid bend.
Shape: Directional Twin
Directional twins are a combination of true twins and directional boards, combining the best elements of both designs to create one versatile board that can do it all.
Flex: 4 (Scale 1 - 10)
Versatility at it's finest. From the park to the peak and anywhere in between.
High-end base material that is harder, more durable, and faster than extruded bases.
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